Kellogg's Kids Variety Pack (37.3 oz.)
About this item
- Three flavors of Kellogg's cereal
- Three bags in one box
- Includes Corn Pops, Apple Jacks and Froot Loops with marshmallows
- Cereals made with whole grains
- Good source of fiber
The Kellogg's Kids Variety Pack (37.3 oz.) is the perfect cereal variety pack for the whole family. With three flavors to choose from, there's a whole-grain Kellogg's cereal to kick-start everyone's day at breakfast.
What's In the Kellogg's Variety Pack?
Kellogg's Kids Variety Pack contains three bags of Kellogg's cereals in one box, conveniently helping you manage your pantry space. The variety pack features one bag each of Corn Pops®, lightly sweetened cereal simply popped from real corn, Apple Jacks®, crunchy, sweetened three-grain cereal with apple and cinnamon, and Froot Loops® with Marshmallows, a sweetened multi-grain cereal with marshmallow pieces.
Why Use Whole Grains?
Kellogg's cereals, including this cereal variety pack, are made with whole grains to make sure you and your family are getting the most out of your cereal. Consumers often hear a lot about the benefits of whole grains, but as beneficial as they can be, it's important to eat foods with whole grains that are also a good source of dietary fiber. Studies show that fiber content may be the driving force for many of the health benefits associated with eating whole grains. Whole grains can vary in their dietary fiber content, and some whole-grain foods contain very little fiber. Consumers expect products made with whole grains to at least be a good source of fiber. However, a survey of the cereal aisle has shown that almost half the cereals with whole-grain claims on the package didn't contain enough fiber to qualify as a good source.
About Kellogg's Cereals
For over 100 years, Kellogg has been working to serve the world a better breakfast, whether it's through the creation of Kellogg's cereals like the ones in the Kellogg's Kids Variety Pack or the more recent breakfast drinks, they want everyone to have the advantage that can come from eating breakfast. Founder W.K. Kellogg saw the promise in a single grain and an industry was created. Today nutrition continues to be the core of their business and cereal is an integral part of how they can help to meet the nutritional needs of people all over the world. Kellogg knows that beginning the day with you is a privilege so they'll continue to do their best to earn a place at your table every morning.